Food News

Help Wanted, Fort Lauderdale: SpoonFed, Boulud Hiring, Employers ISO Ice Cream Savants, Beer Nerds

A "serious company" seeks Kind of a Ice Cream Guru [sic]. Can you run an ice cream kitchen in Broward? Perhaps you'll be the next Jake Godby, the savant who comes up with and actually sells flavors like government cheese, peanut butter curry, and Jesus Juice to save your soul.

Carpe Diem in Delray Beach

is expanding. The restaurant is on the hunt for a chef who's a team

player, with five-plus years of experience and solid organizational

skills. It's also looking for line cooks, bussers, food runners,

servers, and hosts. Check it out here.

SpoonFed and the newly formed Atlantic Management Group in Delray Beach seeks experienced folks for all sorts of positions. Apply in person today, tomorrow, or Friday.

Eighteen-hour chef shifts killing you? A busy catering company based in Oakland Park is looking for a full-time toque.

Miller's Ale House -- with 14 South Florida locations -- is looking for managers. Actually, they're always on the board. With a beer house among the most popular pings in this summer's restaurant news, I thought I'd give it a heads-up .

If you're willing to make the trek, a Miami favorite, Michael's Genuine, is looking for help in the front and back of the house.

To learn a ton about fine dining, here's where I'd go: Cafe Boulud's

open house on September 26 and 27. It appears by the wording that

Chef Boulud will be there himself. Click here for more info.

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